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Oct 18, 2012 9:00am PDT
this one in ventura, california. the appeals court is examining thousands of cases of alleged abuse by scout leaders since 1991 and is expected to rule soon on the effort to make them public. the boy scouts released a video statement apologizing for sexual abuse and detailing recent policy changes. >> these policies include insuring at least two adults are present at all activities, preventing one-on-one contact between an adult and a youth member, requiring every scouting activity be open to observation by parents, and mandating that suspicions of abuse be reported to the proper local authorities and to scouting leadership. >> boy scouts also has hired a former police detective to review the files and report abuse to law enforcement. >> it's as much a loosely run outfit that i just wouldn't feel comfortable letting my kid into it. >> reporter: early's attorney is skeptical about the changes. >> it just allows the boy scouts of america to claim that boy scout issing safer, when there's not an iota of evidence that they've produced to suggest that it is any safer than it was during t
Oct 22, 2012 7:30pm PDT
they have been lost. all of the darker orange is where they lost the most like texas, oregon and california. over the past dozen years, they lost about 3% of their jobs to chinese competition. the candidates say this is largely because while we base our value of the dollar on the free market and that determines labor costs, the chinese are currency manipulators. that's the accusations. the idea is that they take their currency and they manipulate it so that it keeps it low so labor stays inexpensive and more people won't work there. can't have a to one comparison. u.s. productivity is much higher than chinese productivity. none the less, as close as we can get, we will try this. if you went to a factory and you want that people to create a product and the manufacturing environment, once you pay all the wages and all the benefits, that will come out to about $34 an hour. if you did the same thing in a chinese company, that's going to be more like $2 an hour. so the chinese government has structured their infrastructure and everything around this idea of saying let's take advantage of all of
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